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Introduction to Cub Scouts​

The mission of Scouts BSA is to equip young individuals with the skills and values necessary to make ethical and moral decisions throughout their lives by instilling in them the principles outlined in the Scout Oath and Law.

The Scout Oath Poster
The Scout Law Poster

Cub Scouts is open to both boys and girls in grades K-5. The principles of Scouting are conveyed through a series of age-appropriate activities known as "Adventures," through which Scouts can earn various rank badges.

 

The highest rank in Cub Scouting is the prestigious Arrow of Light.

Leave No Trace Poster
The Outdoor Code Poster

If a Scout decides to further their Scouting journey, they have the opportunity to work towards achieving the prestigious rank of

Eagle Scout, the highest rank in Scouting.

Click HERE for a view of the organizational hierarchy of the national Scouting Organization.

Did You Know?

Some Fun and Interesting facts about Scouting

Scouting's alumni record is impressive:
85% of student council presidents were Scouts
89% of senior class presidents were Scouts
80% of junior class presidents were Scouts
75% of school publication editors were Scouts
71% of football captains were Scouts

Scouts also account for:
64% of Air Force Academy graduates
68% of West Point graduates
70% of Annapolis graduates
72% of Rhodes Scholars
85% of FBI agents
26 of the first 29 astronauts

Other interesting statistics:
104 million: The number of members since 1910.


1,209,077: The number of adults providing the Scouting program to America's youth.


124,660: The number of Cub Scout packs, Boy Scout Troops, and Venturing crews.


40,029: The number of Eagle Scout badges earned.


240: The number of individuals who earned a heroism award.


1,363,795: The number of subscribers who learned to read or improved their reading skills with Scout's Life magazine.


136: The number of chartered organizations the

BSA worked with during the year.


75,000+: The number of religious emblems earned.

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